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eastbound
American English: /ˈis(t)ˌbaʊnd/
British English: /ˈiːstbaʊnd/

Translation of eastbound in Spanish:

adjective

  • que va ( or iba etc) en dirección este or hacia el este
    Example sentences
    • The car was travelling on the eastbound carriageway, towards the Greenbridge roundabout when it left the road.
    • Following the impact, the truck careened into the eastbound lane of Highway 52, directly towards an oncoming van.
    • All eastbound traffic (towards Richmond) will still be able to use Heath Road throughout.

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